Valuable 2019 MLB Future Odds You Can Still Bet On.

Valuable 2019 MLB Future Odds You Can Still Bet On

Written by on June 12, 2019

Some people believe they have the ability to predict the future. If that were the case, said people would be rich and famous. The oddsmakers love to set lines on future bets. This year’s Major League Baseball future bets have a lot of the favorites where they should be, but there are also a few surprises. Let’s take a look at some of these numbers alongside the latest MLB Odds.

Valuable 2019 MLB Future Odds You Can Still Bet On

Boston Red Sox: +2000 to win the World Series

At the start of the season, the Red Sox were +550. Things haven’t gone the way the Red Sox have wanted them to this season. Boston’s starting pitching has an ERA of 4.60. Chris Sale has dominated at times, but he hasn’t been what he has the past few years. Nathan Eovaldi has hit the injured list with elbow problems and has now had surgery. David Price has been average, and Steven Wright was hit with an 80 game PED suspension. Combine the starting pitching woes with a suspect bullpen, and the pitching staff hasn’t done what Boston had hoped it would do. The Red Sox bullpen has missed Craig Kimbrel. They have blown five saves this year. Matt Barnes and Ryan Brasier haven’t been what Kimbrel was. As for the offense, Mookie Betts, JD Martinez and company haven’t hit like they’re capable of. With the heart of the order not producing, the Red Sox are struggling to win games. As of now, Boston is sitting eight games behind the American League East leading Rays, and are currently two games out of the wild card spot. This team has the capability to turn things around and make a run. If the starting rotation gets things squared away, and the Red Sox can acquire a closer, they have the talent to make things happen. JD Martinez, Mookie Betts, and the Red Sox offense will eventually heat up. That’s a big number for a team loaded with talent. A small bet could lead to a big fortune.

Minnesota Twins: +750 to win the World Series

Unlike the Red Sox, the Twins are trending upward. The Twins have gotten off to a phenomenal start, and show no signs of slowing down. The Twins are leading the American League Central by 10 ½ games. They lead the Major Leagues in home runs and are one of the top scoring teams in baseball. Combine their powerful offense, with a pitching staff led by Jose Berrios, and surprise arms Jake Odorizzi and the resurgent Martin Perez, and the Twins are sitting pretty in the American League. They have the hitting to make things difficult for opposing pitchers, and in a playoff series, they can throw three legitimate starters out there. The Twins bullpen has also been a strong suit. In playoff baseball, if you can get through five or six innings with your starter and then get to a lights-out bullpen, you have the blueprint to win a title. Those are just a couple of future odds picks that could net you some gains. The Red Sox need to surge, while the Twins need to stay consistent. If only you could predict the future.